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Old   June 26, 2009, 04:56
Default Need help: Can I use passive scalar in Fluent?
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Dear all,

I just need to simulate the mixing problem by using passive scalar in Fluent. But I cannot find any help information from the user manual. So I'm concerning if I can use passive scalar statistics in Fluent or not.


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